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2010 Regional Rules Seminar Matt Burgemeister Steve Clar. Division I Advanced Transfers. Overview. New Legislation and Recent Interpretations. Releases and Hearings. Midyear Transfers. Transferable Credit Hours. Transfer During an Academic Term. Eligibility for Athletics Aid.

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2010 Regional Rules Seminar

Matt Burgemeister

Steve Clar

Division I Advanced Transfers


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Overview

  • New Legislation and Recent Interpretations.

  • Releases and Hearings.

  • Midyear Transfers.

  • Transferable Credit Hours.

  • Transfer During an Academic Term.

  • Eligibility for Athletics Aid.

  • Activities During Year in Residence.


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Why Have Transfer Regulations?

Principle Governing Eligibility

  • Eligibility requirements shall be designed to:

    • Assure proper emphasis on educational objectives;

    • Promote competitive equity among institutions; and

    • Prevent exploitation of SAs.

      NCAA Constitution 2.12



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Permission to Contact and One-Time Transfer Exception

  • Seven business days to respond to written request from a SA.

  • Granted by default if a response is not provided within seven business days.

    NCAA Bylaws 13.1.1.3 and 14.5.5.2.10

  • Business day is any weekday that is not a national holiday, even if the institution is closed.

    Bylaws 13.02.1 and 14.02.2


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Permission to Contact and One-Time Transfer Exception

  • Fifteen business days from SA’s written request for a hearing to conduct and provide written results of hearing.

  • Granted by default if hearing is not conducted or written results are not provided within fifteen business days.

  • Opportunity to actively participate in hearing.

    Bylaws 13.1.1.3.1 and 14.5.5.2.10.1



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Tennis Midyear Transfers

  • A 4-4 tennis midyear transfer who competed or received athletics aid during the year of transfer and meets a transfer exception is not eligible for competition until the following academic year.

    • Effective August 1, 2010.

      NCAA Proposal No. 2009-66

      Bylaw 14.5.5.3.1



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Case Study - Molly

  • Tennis SA.

  • Eligible for one-time transfer exception.

  • Is Molly eligible for competition spring 2011?


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Case Study - Molly

  • Molly does not owe a year in residence, but is not eligible for competition until 2011-12.


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Case Study - Sam

  • Tennis SA.

  • Meets all conditions for one-time transfer exception.

  • Is Sam eligible for competition in spring 2011?


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Case Study - Sam

  • Yes. Sam did not compete or receive athletics aid in fall 2010; therefore, Sam is not subject to the legislation.



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Baseball Midyear Transfers

  • In baseball and basketball, a SA who initially enrolls at the certifying institution as a full-time student after the conclusion of the first term of the academic year and qualifies for an exception to the one-year residence requirement, shall not be eligible for competition until the ensuing academic year.

    Bylaw 14.5.5.2


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Baseball Midyear Transfer Returning to Original Institution

  • A 4-4-4 or 4-2-4 baseball midyear transfer who meets the return-to-original-institution exception is not eligible for competition until the following academic year.

    Official Interpretation: 6/17/09, Item No. 1



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Transferable Credit Hours

  • Credits accepted by the institution that count toward a degree in any of the institution’s programs.

    • Do not have to count toward the same degree.

    • Cannot count courses with grades that are not acceptable for transferable credit.

    • GPA calculation includes all courses that are normally transferable, even if the grade earned makes the course unacceptable.


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Physical Education Activity Courses

  • Men’s basketball 2-4 and 4-2-4 transfers cannot count more than two credits of physical education activity courses to meet applicable transfer requirements.

    • Credit-hour and GPA requirements.

    • Qualifiers and nonqualifiers.

      Proposal Nos. 2009-96 and M-2010-5

      Bylaws 14.5.4.1.2, 14.5.4.2.4 and 14.5.6.2


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Physical Education Activity Courses

  • Exception.

    • Limitation does not apply if the SA enrolls in a physical education degree program or education program that requires physical education activity courses.

    • May count the minimum number of activity credits required for the specific degree program.

  • All credits may be used for PTD and graduation requirements.


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Transferrable English and Math

  • 2-4 transfers who were not qualifiers.

    • Six semester hours/eight quarter hours of English.

    • Three semester hours/four quarter hours of math.

      Bylaw 14.5.4.2

  • Must transfer to the certifying institution as specific English or math credit.

    Staff Interpretation: 3/19/09


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Case Study - Marcus

  • Men’s basketball SA.

  • Qualifier.

  • 2009-10

    • Practice, competition and aid at Bounce Pass College (two-year college).

    • Earned 28 transferable degree credits, including five physical education activity credits.


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Case Study - Marcus

  • 2010-11: Initial enrollment at Division I institution.

  • Does Marcus have enough transferable degree credits to fulfill the 2-4 transfer requirements?

    • 23 non-physical education activity credits.

    • Two physical education activity credits.

    • 25 transferable degree hours.

    • Yes.



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Transfer During Academic Term

  • SA who transfers during a term in which he or she enrolled at a previous institution isnotrequired to have six credits at the previous institution.

    Staff Interpretation: 9/30/09


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Credit-Hour Requirements

  • One semester = six semester or quarter hours.

  • One academic year = 24 semester or 36 quarter hours.

  • Three semesters/four quarters = 30 semester or 42 quarter hours.

  • Four semesters/six quarters = applicable percentage-of-degree requirement.

    Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2



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Eligibility for Athletics Aid

  • In order to receive athletics aid during the first academic year at the new institution, a 4-4 transfer must have been academically eligible to compete during the next regular academic term had he or she remained at the previous institution.

    Bylaw 14.5.5.4


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Eligibility for Athletics Aid

  • Requirement also applies when SA returns to original institution.

    • Even though it is not the “first academic year at the certifying institution.”

      Staff Interpretation: 7/1/09


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Eligibility for Athletics Aid

  • “Academically eligible” includes all elements of eligibility.

    • Progress toward degree, conference requirements, good academic standing, academic suspension/dismissal.

      Staff Interpretation: 6/1/09



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Subcommittee for Legislative Relief Waivers

Subcommittee for Legislative Relief

  • May waive transfer year-in-residence requirement.

  • Clarifies documentation required to support waiver requests.

  • Updates criteria used to analyze waiver requests.

  • 2009 updates include:

    • Asserting illness or injury.

    • Asserting financial hardship.

  • A word about AMA Online.


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Transfer Year in Residence

Permissible and Impermissible Activities


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Transfer Year in ResidencePermissible Activities

A transfer serving a year in residence may:

  • Receive athletically related financial aid.

  • Participate in countable athletically related activities.

  • Sit with the team during a home contest.

  • Perform basic managerial duties during home contests.


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Transfer Year in ResidencePermissible Activities

A transfer serving a year in residence may:

  • Receive four complimentary admissions to an away- from-home contest.

    Staff Interpretation: 1/29/03

  • Participate in an NCAA-sanctioned summer league.


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Transfer Year in ResidencePermissible Activities

  • May a SA pay his or her own way to travel to an away-from-home contest?

  • What if the SA pays to travel with the team?

  • For example, pays for a seat on the team bus?


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Transfer Year in ResidenceImpermissible Activities

A transfer serving a year in residence may not:

  • Compete.

  • Dress in the team uniform during contests.

    • Different from a “red-shirt” SA.

  • Travel with the team.

    • Different from a “red-shirt” SA.


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Transfer Year in ResidenceOutside Competition

Two-year college transfers:

  • Nonqualifier or partial qualifier.

  • Who does not meet applicable transfer requirements.

  • May not practice/compete on an institution's club team.

  • May not practice/compete on an outside team.

  • During the transfer year of residence.

    • May still be involved in intramurals.

      Bylaw 14.5.1.4


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Transfer Year in ResidenceOutside Competition

Four-year college transfers:

  • Nonqualifier or partial qualifier.

  • Who has not completed an academic year in residence.

  • May not practice/compete on an institution's club team.

  • May not practice/compete on an outside team.

  • Until completing an academic year in residence.

    Bylaw 14.5.1.4


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Transfer Year in ResidenceOutside Competition

Four-year college transfers:

  • Officially withdrawn from Institution No. 1; and

  • Accepted for enrollment at Institution No. 2.

    • Do not count toward the limit of individuals from the second institution.

    • Who may practice and/or compete on an outside amateur team.

    • During the summer in the applicable sport.

      Bylaw 14.7.3.2

      Official Interpretation: 8/27/92


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Review

  • New Legislation and Recent Interpretations.

  • Releases and Hearings.

  • Midyear Transfers.

  • Transferable Credit Hours.

  • Transfer During an Academic Term.

  • Eligibility for Athletics Aid.

  • Activities During Year in Residence.



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